The committee on the rights of the child 72nd


Discriminatory attitudes of public servants



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Discriminatory attitudes of public servants: In addition to the above examples of discriminatory law and policy, the attitudes of public servants and first instance decision makers in Nepal remain largely discriminatory towards women and patriarchal. As a result, despite the ongoing advocacy of civil society organisations and the positive jurisprudence of the Nepal Supreme Court, unfair and impractical administrative burdens and barriers continue to be imposed against women attempting to confer their citizenship to their children.






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